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Table 2 Concurrent diagnoses in patients with migraine in the German Company Sickness Fund Database 2008 to 2016

From: Administrative prevalence and incidence, characteristics and prescription patterns of patients with migraine in Germany: a retrospective claims data analysis

ICD-10-GM code Diagnosis Men
(n = 53,653)
(%)
Women
(n = 189,818)
(%)
Overall
(n = 243,471)
(%)
Most common concurrent diagnoses
 M54 Dorsalgia 78.2 82.7 81.7
 J06 Acute upper respiratory infections of multiple and unspecified sites 67.0 66.1 66.3
 H52 Disorders of refraction and accommodation 55.6 63.8 61.9
 R10 Abdominal and pelvic pain 40.0 64.4 59.0
 F45 Somatoform disorders 38.1 55.4 51.6
 M99 Biomechanical lesions, not elsewhere classified 45.2 52.0 50.5
 I10 Essential (primary) hypertension 43.1 38.5 39.6
 N89 Other non-inflammatory disorders of vagina 65.6 a
Concurrent diagnoses of special interest occurring in > 10% of patients in men, women or overall
 F32–F33 Depressive episode – recurrent depressive disorderb 33.4 45.5 42.9
 F40–F41 Phobic and other anxiety disordersc 17.1 27.5 25.2
 J45 Asthmad 14.7 17.0 16.5
 K70–K77 Diseases of livere 15.7 12.2 13.0
 I95 Hypotensiond,f 6.9 14.3 12.7
 I49 Other cardiac arrhythmiasd 10.8 11.8 11.6
 E10–E14 Diabetes mellitusd 12.4 10.0 10.6
 N40 Hyperplasia of prostateg 19.7 a
  1. aBecause this diagnosis could only affect one gender, to provide an overall percentage would be misleading
  2. bContraindication or special warning and precaution for use for beta-blockers, flunarizine and topiramate
  3. cContraindication or special warning and precaution for use for topiramate
  4. dContraindication or special warning and precaution for use for beta-blockers
  5. eContraindication or special warning and precaution for use for valproic acid
  6. fSurrogate marker for orthostatic dysregulation
  7. gContraindication or special warning and precaution for use for amitriptyline
  8. Selections of contraindications were based on the guideline by the German Migraine and Headache Society and the German Society of Neurology [8]
  9. ICD-10-GM International Classification of Diseases, 10th revision, German modification; − not applicable
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